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Jul 24, 2013 11:00pm PDT
>> rose: welcome to the program. tonight, the president and the u.s. economy. we begin with alan kruegar, chairman of the president's council of economic advisers. >> the president made clear today that these going to lay out the components of his agenda, how he strengthened the elements of the middle class life-- high-quality jobs, affordable education, affordable housing that's secure, enable people to save for retirement, provide ladders of opportunity into the middle class. he made clear today he is going to use ever lever he has at his disposable. he is going to seek legislation. some things are much easier to do with cooperation of congress. but he's also going to use executive actions. he described a very important one to connect all schools to high-speed internet within five years. and he's also-- and i think this is important-- going to use his convening power as president to call on c.e.o.s to urge them to give the unemployed another look. too many long-term unemployed have been shut out of the job market through no fault of their own. he praised some companies today, l
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Jul 29, 2013 3:00pm PDT
richer while the middle class gets poorer in this economy. and the president prepares for a lavish vacation, he is talking about income inequality. this is "special report." good evening. i'm bret baier. a vivid reminder tonight of how bad the economy has been in the last few years. the toll it has taken on you and yours and how elusive the american dream is for millions. all of this as president obama and his family go on vacation you can only dream about. >> reporter: despite budget battles, president obama plans an eight day vacation on martha's vineyard. while house republicans are on recess until september 9th, both insist they can avoid government shut down. >> there's ample time to make sure it doesn't happen. we don't need more self inflicted wounds. >> reporter: the lack of urgency, despite two studies that show the economy is deteriorating, with the rich getting richer, while the poor are struggling even more. associated press is out today with a new survey showing four out of five americans, 80%, live near poverty without work or relying on welfare at least once in their
Jul 28, 2013 11:00pm PDT
>>> this sunday, the state of the economy. and will washington make it worgs with another partisan showdown? the president on the road again to sell a second-term economic blueprint and to blame republicans for standing in the way. >> you can't just be against something. you've got to be for something. >> but what is the president's record on the economy? and what is his agenda? plus, will washington go to the brink of a government shutdown this fall? this morning i put these questions to the administration's point man on the economy, treasury secretary jack lew. plus, a showdown this week in the house over the nsa's controversial post-9/11 surveillance program. >> passing this amendment takes us back to september 10th. >> a measure to shut down the program was narrowly defeated. but where does the debate go from here? will there be more privacy safeguards put in place? and the snowden saga. i get the latest from the chairman of the house intelligence committee, michigan republican congressman mike rogers. and our political roundtable, sex and politics, a bicoastal summer of scanda
Jul 28, 2013 7:00pm EDT
the complexities of economies and societies. the metropolitan -- the "the metropolitan revolution" is like our era. entrepreneurial rather than bureaucratic, networked rather than hierarchical. so there is a revolution underway bruce and it provides an uprising who are we rising up against? >> what that paragraph is by -- my jerry mcguire moment by the way. i think i wrote that out of a playwright. jennifer and i chose this. we went to merriam-webster and looked at revolution one of the definitions of revolution is a radical change in the way you think about things. from an early age we have been taught in this country that we have the president and vice president and we have congress sitting on top of our system and they are sort of raining down resources. they work with their co-sovereigns this state government the union of states to sort of set the framework. i think our main thesis here is that is really not how we function or operate as an economy or society anymore. we face major challenges today, we all know that at the places that are basically powering us both that are st
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Jul 28, 2013 8:30am EDT
reach. >> jonas? >> i say this is it a champagne food economy with the beer. >> we like that. >> okay and the freedom, the number one business bloc on tv tips, cavuto on business. >>> the are latest money message from the predent? >> this growing inequality, inequality of opportunity, reducing inequality, little more incattle, inequality is both inevitable and just. inequality will continue to increase >> during his major speech on the economy, president obama using the word "inequality" more than "growth." is that any way to get america growing? hello, everyone. i'm charles paynein for neil cavuto. charles gas perino with his no shirt or tie, because clarlly's new book "circle of friends" in stores, online, everywhere. >> want to see the gold chains, too? >> we'll start with gary so everybody will have a chance on the show. >> look, my president knows inequality because he's been president houlshold median income is down about 5%. the problem with this inequality is that he believes to fix it, to get people wealthy, is to take from the wealthy and give it to others. and it j
Jul 27, 2013 6:30am PDT
disapprove of how this president is handling the economy, and here is the republican reaction. >> the speech turned out to be all sizzle and no steak, and that's assuming there is sizzle left after you re-heated this thing so many times. >> the policy is that he is trying to re-set and reframe for what? >> he is looking ahead to the debt and spending fights that are going to happen in fall when congress sets out to set next year's budget out and deal with the debt ceiling, so he is using his mega phone to try and start the conversation in a different pitch this time, christine, and to focus not on the numbers but on the notion. so instead of having a conversation about the size of the deficit and bringing that down, it will be more about things like education, jobs, retirement savings, it's the white house's view that the president does better when he can focus on those kinds of topics that the american public can understand and relate to than when it's entirely about the deficit, and that's why they think his numbers come down when he is locked in battle in congress in washington, you see h
Aug 1, 2013 6:30am PDT
that are part of a share economy, get more people involved in the economy in general, and creating ideas about how people can participate. we came across a very great idea that as we go through more exercises in our disaster preparedness, ann and her staff have been great at that. in fact, the last one i kind of had fun in, how do we feed 10,000 people in the middle of the tenderloin in a major erredthtion quake disaster. we walked through that. we saw how meals are served. we tried to do it in the proper way. ~ earthquake we know we're going to need a lot of help. the main message that we wanted to have was after a disaster hits, we want the message to be out before disaster, during a disaster, and right after, that we welcome everybody to participate in our recovery. and the best way to recover quickly and faster is we engage everybody immediately about how we can help and assist each other. and that's partly a philosophy of the sharing economy as well. and whether it's a need for space, people need to have space as they did in the aftermath of hurricane sandy, or now in oklahoma
Jul 24, 2013 5:30pm PDT
the economy. mye president says the economy is not fixed yet. major gar oat his call to action. and we'll talk to the new treasury secretary. with the recovery now five years old, why aren't more americans feeling it? in the gulf, a natural gas well is on fire after an explosion. mark strassmann on the threat to the environment. an emotional moment for the pope before he celebrated his first public mass in brazil. dean reynolds is there. the new prince has a name, three of them, in fact. and michelle miller with american fishermen who fear that their way of life is slipping away. >> reporter: you feel you're getting squeezed. >> i haven't been squeezed. i've been-- i've been destroyed. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs e this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. in a summer filled with all kinds of distractions for the nation, the president had a message today-- focus. he wants the focus to be on the economy, saying that washington has taken its eye off the ball. a cbs news poll out tonight finds that 61% of americans believe that the econ
Jul 24, 2013 10:00am PDT
economy. we'll hear from the president shortly from the campus of knox college. we'll bring you his remarks live. you're looking at live pictures there. this is a first of a series of speeches on the economy. i want to bring in our team following this. jessica, we don't expect any new policy initiatives here. what do we expect to hear from the president today? >> you can expect the president to talk about first briefly what he's accomplished since he came into office bringing the united states out of the financial crisis. you can think of this as a legacy defining speech. a legacy setting speech with the president trying to pitch forward and prod congress into action in part by taking a two by four to republicans and saying if there's no action it's because congress is gridlocked and he's taking his case to the american people. i think you'll hear a very strong defense of obama care with the expectation that he knows house republicans will try to repeal obama care as part of a deal to raise the debt ceiling and the president drawing a bright line saying that's a no go. >> we'll talk
Jul 24, 2013 7:00pm EDT
try to find it for you here >> president obama puts the economy front and center in what was called a major speech today, but no pro growth tax reform, or or keystone pipeline discussions. federal prosecutors are close to indicting the entire firm sac capital for alleged criminal conspiracy, is the whole firm riddled with criminal conspiracy. and facebook knocks it out on of the park. it may help tomorrow's opening, all these stories and more on the kudlow report starting right now. first up tonight, more temporary that be permanent job creation, you would think the president would come out with a strong pro growth plan. take a listen, this is not what we wanted to hear. >> even though the businesses are creating more jobs and have broken record profits, nearly all the income gains in the past few years have continued to flow to the top 1%. the average ceo has gotten a raise of nearly 40% since 20020. >> all right, well, i have to ask, where is the growth message mr. president? where is it, where is the rising tide that is going to lift all boats? let's talk, we have cnbc contributor
Jul 30, 2013 6:00am EDT
economy. we do not know what that point is, but we know we are in a >> we do not need that is for no surprise you have too much debt. one has to be worried about that. what makes sense to think about, what we know about how to grow the economy echo we need to be looking at private investments, public investments, raising our revenue in a way that is good as possible for the economy. we are not doing very well on three of those four. we could be doing better on private investments. there is a whole congress of economic growth strategy which which sensible debt reduction has to be a part of. and >> i quite strongly disagree. >> you have been looking for that. [laughter] >> too much cable television. --th a ton of respect, because bob and maya know this very well and have been working for a long time, but on the near-term economy, i think you had it backwards. one of you said the economy has done better than we expected. in fact, pretty much every forecast, almost every fellow reserve forecast has been marked down because the economy continues to be worse than we gao -- gdprrently gr
Jul 31, 2013 3:00pm EDT
statement real quick. the economy was changed from being moderate to modest. a very slight downgrade to the economy. inclusion of the notion that mortgage rates have risen, and then, also, finally, concern about inflation, saying the low inflation is a potential risk to economic growth. now, here are some of the commentary that came out. there are the three things in the statement. low inflation could pose a risk to the economy. now, ian shep hardson saying, in short, the data matter but september's tapering is a good bet. dan greenhouse, for investors, all that matters is whatever you thought before, holds after. and this is the interesting comment from credit suisse. the fmoc refrains from mentioning possible tapering. credit suisse, the only one who mentioned that, but it is true, and there's a bit of a controversy about does what the fed chairman say after the last press conference, does that stand? my best guess is that it does. however, they are right at credit suisse, it was not included in the statement today. >> before we get to our guests, rick, what did you make of the mar
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Jul 28, 2013 12:00pm PDT
economy again. what does it say about his record so far. and labor leaders cry foul after the motor city files for bankruptcy. does detroit deserve a bailout? could your city be next? >> paul: welcome to the journal editorial report. i'm paul gigot. good news from the big apple, murders are down 30% from all-time low. fewest shootings in two decades. despite the progress, new york city police department has come under fire for stop question and frisk policy which opponents say is tantamount to racial profiling. last month they passed two bills that could restrain the controversial program. my guest says this week will be a set back for the city. ray kelly, new york city police commissioner. tell us how stop, question and frisk works and why you do it? >> it's a practice that is integral to policing in america. police officers are authorized by statute and also validated by supreme court decision in 1968. they are authorized to stop and question someone who is a reasonably believed has committed is committing or is about to commit a crime. it is fundamental to policing that officers are g
Jul 29, 2013 3:00am PDT
from the brink and allow peaceful protests. back home, the president is focused on the economy, a refocus, if you will, as washington prepares for another high-stakes budget debate. >> but over the past couple of years in particular, washington has taken its eye off the ball. an endless parade of distractions and political posturing and phony scandals. shift focus from what needs to be done. >> the president's weekly address this weekend. that's where we're going to start this morning with the secretary of the treasury, jack lew. we sat down for a conversation friday afternoon. mr. secretary, welcome back. >> good to be with you. >> always good to have you. i want to talk about the broader state of the economy? just a minute, but first let me talk about a potential standoff again between the white house and republicans on capitol hill over the budget. what are the chances that we are going to see the government shut down this fall because of another such standoff over the budget? >> david, i think the american people are tired of the kinds of problems that washington creates for i
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Jul 27, 2013 11:00am PDT
economy again. what's behind the move and what does it say about his record so far? labor leaders cry foul after the motor city file for bankruptcy. does detroit deserve a bailout? could your city be next? welcome to "the journal editorial report." i'm paul gigot. good news from the big apple where so far in 2013 murders are down almost 30% from last year's all-time low. the city has seen its tiest shootings in two decades. despite the progress, new york city police department has come under fire for its stop, question and frisk poll schi opponents say it is tantamount to racial profiling. last month the city council passed two bills that could restrain the controversial program. my guest this week says will be a setback for the city. new york police commissioner ray kelly here. thank you for being here. >> good morning. good to be with you. >> tell us how stop, question and frisk works in practice and why you do it. >> it is a practice that is integral to policing throughout america and indeed throughout the world. police off verse authorized by statute and also validated by a supreme cou
Jul 26, 2013 7:00am EDT
another topic. president obama has been talking about the economy. coming up next, a roundtable to hear from our guests how they think the economy is faring and how it has done under the obama residency. later on, our weekly america by the numbers segment takes a look at u.s. energy production and consumption. we will be right back. [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2013] >> the treatment of hunger strikers at guantanamo compromises the core ethical values of our medical profession. the ama has long endorsed the principle that every competent patient has the right to refuse medical intervention. the world medical association and the international red cross have determined that force- feeding through the use of restraints is not only an ethical violation that contravenes common article three of the geneva conventions. let'sconcern is that -- just set aside the numbers that you might or might not feel you can safely push out. number, an unknown number -- but the president has apparently said it is 46 -- that you can
Jul 26, 2013 8:00pm EDT
sectors of the u.s. economy. from this morning's washington journal, this is an hour and a half. >> one of our guests. also joined by heidi, an economist at the economic policy institute, or epi, and joining us from george mason university where she is a senior research fellow. wanted to get your perspective on the economic -- president obama at a florida port vowed to speed shipping and transit projects, talking how the thinks he can boost the economy. what is the state of the economy now? how would you judge the economy to date? >> i think it's too weak. we've been out of the recession for four years. i think the best way to describe it is the labor market is stuck in the mud. the unemployment rate, which is a share of the population that is employed, has been almost flat, and very low. as unemployment has gone down, that's a -- because a lot of people have given up and economic growth is not as strong as it should be to fix all these long-term unemployed people back to work. so it's really disconcerting. >> what is your take on the health of the economy? >> i completely agree
Jul 31, 2013 11:00am PDT
economy, investment, culture, education, in everything. it is much better year by year. the development is very good. >> also thanks to your leadership and efforts in terms of promoting the bilateral relations. we understand the indonesian government and taiwan signed a memorandum of understanding in 2012. that is regarding the joint development of the island in indonesia. tell us a little bit about the project. >> we're going to talk about the development project. it is a small island in the northern province. it is the regency island. it has about 62,000. most of the people live in the coastal areas around the island. the island is a protected zone. there is forest conservation. around the coastal area, there are many resources. >> how far away is the island from taiwan? >> about three hours. >> if you want to go, we need to go through jakarta? >> that is the way to be successful. later there may be a direct flight. >> what is the status of infrastructure on the island? has about 62,000 people. there is not much on the island that. >> you are right. one of our goals is how
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Jul 27, 2013 1:00pm PDT
continue to increase. >> major speech on the economy, using the word inequality. is that any way to get america growing? i'm charles payne. to our panel, look at that. charles, your book circle of friends in stores everywhere, go out and buy it now. tell you what, we're going gary? >> my president knows inequality knows since he has been president. household income is down 57%. inequality is he believes to fix it to get people wealthy is to take from the wealthy and give it to others. it doesn't work. you need to incentivise people and instead of putting down the wealthy, how about showing them how they got there. >> it feels like a condemnation of captain limb. people that work hard. person that works hard doesn't owe you anything? >> if you look into the speech, here is the central message that the rich are to blame for busy to have fewer customers, they are to blame for the housing bubble and rich to blame undermining the fabric of this nation. to gary k.'s point this is his message of taking from the rich and redistributing it. he has four and a half years the economy is growing slo
Jul 29, 2013 11:00pm EDT
position of one political party. and so we saying we should not hold hostage investment in the economy that are desperately needed to a search for a grand bargain that may be good in the abstract which is heard from actually acting right now. >> i think that not doing deficit reduction right now is not accurately described as chocolate. [laughter] doing it later is not really span spinach. what i would argue is basically three quick points. first of all, i wholly agree with neera's assessment. and in fact deficit reduction, so far, if you include interest savings to $2.8 trillion over the number. and in at that fact it would take $900 billion over the next decade to stabilize it as a share of gdp. i think that's a goal we would agree upon in the long-term. in a functional congress, which we don't have. it's actually not that heavy of a lift. so i i thought neera's teeing up of the framing was right. look, to somehow suggest db it's not your agenda. it's way you ask the question. it would be sugar or chocolate to put off current deficit reduction is, i think the wrong frame. it's much a
Jul 30, 2013 1:00am EDT
u.s. economy. then the plaque caucus talks about violence in the urban communities. >> on c-span 3 tomorrow morning financial regulators testify about the threat of financial market collapse. mary joe white will take questions from senators on the banking committee. live coverage starts at 10:00 eastern. then later in the day also on c-span 3 the natural resources committee investigates way to manage the nation's nuclear waste. watch live coverage at 2:30 .m. eastern. now a conversation on the federal deficit, federal spending and the u.s. economy. the center for american progress hosted this 90 minute iscussion. >> good afternoon everyone. thank you very much for joining us. linden. s mike i want to thank you and welcome you today. for the past three years, the economic policy debate here in washington has been dominated by one central issue, the federal budget n. 2010 estimates suggested that publicly held debt was on track to surprass 100% of g.d.p. by 2023. this alarming trend prompted many people in washington to offer a variety of policy solutions to bring the federal budget
Jul 24, 2013 3:00pm EDT
right reason, that the u.s. economy and the global economy is getting better, that's a good reason to be investing in stocks. >> sarah, i mean, you feel that the u.s. market's gone about as far as it can with these record highs we've been setting. so you're looking at the unloved emerging markets right now, aren't you? >> that's correct. we fundamentally work from the bottom up, so we just look for cheap stocks globally, and in our global fund, we're far overweight than non-u.s. markets versus the u.s. so the u.s. market to us seems fairly priced. many of the stocks where we're taking profit are located in the u.s., and we're reinvesting, at least globally, in the emerging markets. >> where? >> well, all of the markets are interesting. look at the group. they've lagged demonstrably versus the world, seven percentage points year to date. that's a dramatic lag. so some of the most interesting markets, such as indonesia and other southeast asian markets, have very strong consumer economies, and our emerging markets fund is taking advantage of that. so it's one of the areas we have that's ov
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Jul 31, 2013 9:20am EDT
♪ ♪ ♪ imus in the morning >> here we go again. another dismal performance for the economy and from the president on down, nobody is taking responsibility. good morning, everyone. april through june, 1.7% growth. january through march period. there was a huge downward revision. only 1.1% growth. look, we've seen this before. in every one of the obama years we've been promised a more vigorous recovery. yet, it's not happening. one hour from now, mr. obama will present to the congress, if congress won't buy it reports suggest that the president will change the rules through executive action. another hit to obama care this morning, a revenue shortfall of 100 million a month for the government because of the employer mandate delay. by the way, happy birthday, milton friedman. we could really use you now. "varney & company" is about to begin. bjorn earns unlimited rewas for his small business take theseags to room 12 plee. [ garth ] bjors small busiss earns double miles on every purchase evy day. produce delivery. [ bjorn ] just put it on my spark card. [ garth why settle for less? ahh,
Jul 25, 2013 4:00am EDT
expect takings. the ceo tells cnbc that despite a recovery in the u.s. economy, it hasn't benefited everyone. >> and the real estate market might go up, new york apartment prices might double. that's not where our consumers are unfortunately. we need to be sure that we have more people into the force that the wealth is better spread. >> shares of facebook surge after the social networking giant reports better than expected earnings. and demonstrates it has figured out how to extract revenue from mobile. >>> and at least 77 people have been killed after a train derails in northwestern spain. and 140 people are injured in one of europe's worst rail disasters. >>> good morning. thank you for joining us today. let's get you up to speed with the latest ephone numbers that are crossing. it gives us a snapshot of the business economy in german. german current conditions index is at 110.1 in july, versus the consensus which was sitting lower than this at 109.7. number coming out better than expected on that rate. in terms of what we're seeing elsewhere on the other numbers, the german expec
Jul 26, 2013 8:30pm PDT
cooling. china's economy is in an incipient slump. at the same time tensions have developed between vietnam and china due to china's territorial interest off vietnam's 900-mile coast south of china's province. the united states is vietnam's second largest trading partner and also in japan prime minister minister abe won with big numbers having run on a policy with dramatically increasing japan's defense spending to counter china's military buildup. against this back drop the united states and vietnam have agreed to establish a constructive partnership on the basis of equality, mutual respect and benefits. the transpacific partnership countries are still working out the tpp trade deal. they are australia, canada, chile, japan, malaysia, mexico, new zealand, peru, singapore, the united states and vietnam. question, is vietnam vital to president obama's asia pivot? pat buchanan? >> well it, is part of it, but the united states' economy is 100 times as large as vietnam. they want our investment capital. they want access to the largest market in the world. we get access to this little te
Aug 1, 2013 4:00pm PDT
about the economy." she's got a lot of interesting points to make about how the economy's perceived, how the political parties deal with it. great to have you on "the young turks." >> thank you so much for having me. cenk: no problem. i like you were courageous enough to make the statement in your book, don't buy it. tell me what the book is about. >> the book is a dissection about how we've come to be told the economy is something out of nature, a god to be worshiped or force to be obeyed or how we should work for the economy and be concerned about whether it's healthy and we should sacrifice for it when in reality, the economy is nothing more than a way that we measure what we do and buy and what we save and invest and it ought to be working for for us, not the other way around. >> how do you think there should be messaging around this to be more effective. >> giving in to dominant frameworks about the economy being healthy and unhealthy and being concerned about whether we need to resuscitate the patient and what's good for the economy is a losing proposition. it posits the idea
Jul 28, 2013 8:30am EDT
heard of but that plays a pivotal role in what's happening in the global economy and will continue to going forward. so he's going to talk a little bit about the history of the bank, the more recent history, and he's got some very interesting suggestions going forward for how the bank could be more transparent and accountable and, hopefully, lead to better government. the format of these talks is informal. adam will speak a little bit at the beginning, and then i will kick off with a couple of questions, and then we open it up to the room. really what makes this event great is all of you. so be ready to tee up your question. we're delighted that c-span booktv is here with us tonight. so if you could do us a favor, if you do have a question, just wait for the mic to come around so that we can hear you. but, um, with that said, adam, welcome. we are very, very happy to have you here, and i'm particularly looking forward to what you have to say because i'm a big with finance geek. [laughter] >> thank you. thank you very much. i'd like to say thanks to michelle and to the world policy ins
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Jul 24, 2013 1:00pm EDT
to be fully felt in terms of cost across the economy. that changes in 2014. unless something material happens, whether it be senator mike leigh's initiative and to repeal or reform it. >> here's the thing. 320,000 part-time jobs the last jobs report, when the government says that full-time employment is 30 hours instead of 40 hours, you create an amazing problem for a lot of people. there is the money in this country that is not there. lou: it is not there and we may find a changed leadership tone and attitude. >> i hope so. >> and direction that there are those that say that this president has this economy going precisely in the direction that he wants. he has this and he wants to see lesser dependence in this country and he wants to see a greater and lesser role for government and that is bad news for the private sector. free enterprise capitalist economy that depends upon private sector innovations and entrepreneurship as well. >> you cannot regulate, you cannot legislate, and he cannot redistribute the way to prosperity. this is something that the president fails to reali
Aug 1, 2013 1:00am PDT
that the u.s. economy is growing at a quote modest pace. there was more proof of that today as the government reported the gross domestic product or gdp picked up a bit in the second quarter growing at a rate of 1.7%. that was better than expected but still pretty weak. the reaction on wall street to that economic news was pretty good, too. the nasdaq rose 10, the s&p off a fraction. here is hampton pearson. >> reporter: for now the federal reserve will keep buying 85 million in mortgage and treasury securitie securities. ben bernanke and his policy makers refused once again to give any hints when tapering might begin. >> i did expect they would have talked a little bit more about the program tapering. that was the thing that was missing, i think a lot of us expected that they would at least provide some kind of clarification on. even if they didn't give the exact detail. >> reporter: policy makers say the economy is expanding at a modest pace, a slight change from june when the recovery was called moderate. the fed is concerned about higher mortgage rates impacting the housing rec
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Jul 27, 2013 11:30am PDT
speeches defending his office's handling of the economy and trying to refolk tuesday media's attention. >> with this endless parade of distractions and political posturing and phony scandals, washington has taken its eye off the ball. >> more details emerge about the irs targeted conservative groups. >> you said you only work on tea party groups. is that correct? >> in 2010, that's correct. >> why are the mainstream media ignoring the details? a "new york times" reporter fights to protect his sources and tries to stay out of jail. and have you met carlos danger? former congressman anthony weiner faces the media after admitting to more sexting. how many passes will the press give him? a mecca media blitz for william and kate's new prince of covering the coverage next on "news watch." >> writer and fox news contributor judy miller. radio talk show host monica crowley. jim pinkerton, american conservative magazine. merrill brown, school of communication and media. fox news contributor rick grinnell. "fox news watch" is on now. >> we are actually poised to reverse the forces that battered
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